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Martha Nussbaum Still Thinks Bipartisanship and Civility Can Save Us

Martha Nussbaum Still Thinks Bipartisanship and Civility Can Save Us

Pointed interviews with Isaac Chotiner.
Aug. 3 2018 10:02 AM

I Have to Ask: The Martha Nussbaum Edition

The moral philosopher explains how anger took over American politics.

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Martha Nussbaum

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Martha Nussbaum is a moral philosopher and the author of The Monarchy of Fear. She sits down with Isaac Chotiner to discuss how anger took over American politics, whether we underestimate the value of getting mad, and why she thinks civility and bipartisanship can still save us.

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Podcast production by Max Jacobs.